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. smith: mr. speaker, i move that the house suspend the rules and pass h.r. 2800, to amend the violent crime control and law enforcement act of 1994 to reauthorize the missing alzheimer's disease patient alert program. as amended. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: union calendar number 469, h.r. 2800, a bill to amend the violent crime control and law enforcement act of 1994 to reauthorize the missing alzheimer's disease patient alert program -- to re-authorize the missing alzheimer's' disease patient alert program. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from texas, mr. smith, and the gentlewoman from california, ms. waters, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from texas. mr. smith: i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous materials on h.r. 2800, as amended, currently under consideration. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. myth smith mr. speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. -- mr
purposes. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule the gentleman from texas, mr. smith and the the gentlewoman from california, ms. lofgren, will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from texas. mr. smith: i ask that all members have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous materials on h.r. 6429 currently under consideration. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. smith: mr. speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. smith: mr. speaker, when it comes to stem fields, sciencing technology, engineering and math, american universitys set the standard. our stem graduates create the innovations and real businesses that fuel our economic growth and create jobs. many of the world's top students come to the u.s. to obtain advanced stem degrees. but what happens to these foreign students after they graduate? under the current system, we educate scientists and engineers only to send them back home where they often work for our competitors. we could
. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from texas seek recognition? mr. smith: pursuant to house resolution 773, i call up h.r. 5949, the fisa amendments act re-authorization act of 2012, as amended, and ask for its immediate consideration. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: union calendar number 463, h.r. 5959, a bill to extend the fisa amendments act of 2008 for five years. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to house resolution 773, the amendment in the nature of a substitute recommended by the committee on the judiciary printed in the bill is adopted and the bill, as amended, is considered as read. the bill shall be debatable for one hour with 40 minutes equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the committee on the judiciary and 20 minutes controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the permanent select committee on intelligence. the gentleman from texas, mr. smith, and the gentleman from michigan, mr. conyers each will control 20 minutes. the gentleman from michigan, mr. rogers,
a warm bowl of spit or -- see what julie was saying is something than mr. smith's book covers as well. this idea that they got along well in spite of their respective circumstances and their abilities. the case in point in the alternative would be eisenhower and macarthur. when you see pictures of eisenhower and macarthur together in his cozy situation in manila, you have a general and then you have a staff aide in the staff it is leaning over respectfully and providing the general was a message that he is to to approve and so forth and he is all very humble but what i think, they are going to blow up. this is a relationship that's going to blow up and if you look at it in retrospect and you say of course it was going to blow up. the person who commands u.s. forces in except the japanese surrender in tokyo bay and september 1945, this is macarthur the great theater commander and dwight eisenhower commanding the american theater. these are two people who are not naturally supportive -- subordinate relationship. no wonder they blew up, and they did. eisenhower nixon in hindsight, this w
and peace." mr. smith is also written biographies for franklin eleanor roosevelt and ulysses s. grant. mr. smith is a senior scholar at columbia university and after many years of spending time at the university of toronto and marshall university. finally, our moderator for this program will be jonathan yardley, pulitzer prize-winning critic for the "washington post." mr. yardley has been a fellow at harvard university and was awarded and anwar doctor of letter by george washington university in 1987. his most recent book, his second rating, a compilation of some of the most memorable reviews have noted and neglected books from the past. please join me in welcoming david and julie eisenhower, jean edward smith and jonathan yardley. [applause] >> thank you very much. can you hear me? >> no. >> no? okay. we don't have much time some going to ask our panel is to get right to. i'm going to ask first mr. smith and in the eisenhower's to tell you a little bit about the books they are here to talk about. >> thank you very much. eisenhower in war and peace deals with president eisenhower's to car
a couple of things and i'm going to let mr. smith speak. again, there was no agreement in 2002, they can't produce one because there wasn't one, and if the third floor is so object nabl, then why in the dr requests do they say that a solution to the issue is to limit the project to three floors, they completely backtracked and didn't address that issue at all, and just in general, if this project at this size in this space is so acceptable and extraordinary to warrant the dr, nothing can be built in the city, there are 20 foot wide lots throughout the city, this is not alamo square, this is a mixed architectural area. thank you. >> i'd like to add something, i know people are saying this is a mistake, this is how you develop project ins cities, look at am stam, paris, london, there are buildings about today versus about yesterday, you get a rhythm, you get a counter point and you get honesty and various scales and all that, to rebut a couple of comments, i feel like i'm at the rnc listening to paul in fiction, the square foot added to the previous project was like 100 square feet. i don'
biographies for franklin del know roosevelt roosevelt and ulysses s. grant. mr. smith is a senior scholar at --s' spent time at the at toro. and our moderate you're will be jonathan yardley. he has been a feeman fellow at washington university. his most recent book, a compilation of the most memorable reviews of noted and neglected book from the past. please join me in welcoming david and julie eisenhower, jean edward smith, and jonathan yardley. [applause] ... first as a general and then as president. we are dealing with really one of the most underrated figures in american history both as a general and as president. one of the reasons for that is because eisenhower made everything he did look easy. you may recall those bumper stickers in the election of 56. ben hogan for president. if we are going to have a golfer, let's have a good one. [laughter] eisenhower was franklin roosevelt's first choice to command the d-day invasion. eisenhower had three amphibious landings under his belt at that time. he got along well with the british and was churchill. that was very important and professor
born last week as mr. smith's on the national zoo has died zoo officials were alerted to the exhibit when their mother panda was growling in distress veterinarian said a cub was unresponsive to life- saving procedures the cubs mother is upset and zookeeper's keep a close eye on her. >>> she is resting and began to eat a little bit by now she's still in fine but will spend time and our keepers and curators everybody watching her closely. >>> unclear as to what caused the cub's death her body was the size of a stick of butter showed no sign of trauma or infection pandas are among the world's most endangered species. business owners and beverly hills got to work to find stores in shambles windows were broken and money stolen and smash and grab burglaries, the we saw hodge with surveillance video is that caught the suspect in act >>> watch as this burger walks past a business and then it kicks the glass door and, he makes it to the register and walks out with a bag full of cash even while the security arm blurring police say he struck store after store in the same manner. eight beverly h
recognition? mr. smith: pursuant to house resolution 773, i call up h.r. 5949, the fisa amendments act re-authorization act of 2012, as amended, and ask for its mediate consideration. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: union calendar number 463, h.r. 5959, a bill to extend the fisa amendments act of 2008 for five years. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to house resolution 773, the amendment in the nature of a substitute recommended by the committee on the judiciary printed in the bill is adopted and the bill, as amended, is considered as read. the bill shall be debatable for e hour with 40 minutes equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the mmittee on the judiciary and 20 mutes controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the permanent select committee on intelligence. the gentleman from texas, mr. smith, and the gentleman from michigan, mr. conyers each will control 20 minutes. the gentleman from michigan, mr. rogers, and the gentleman from maryland, mr. ruppersberger, each will control 10 minutes
texas, mr. smith, and the gentleman from michigan, mr. conyers each will control 20 minutes. the gentleman from michigan, mr. rogers, and the gentleman from maryland, mr. ruppersberger, each will control 10 minutes. the chairecognizes the gentleman from texas. mr. smith: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members may ve five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks a include extraneous materials on h.r. 5959, as amended, currently under consideration. the spear pro tempore: without objection. mr. smith: and, mr. speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. smith: mr. speaker, america and its allies continue to face national security threats from foreign nations, spies and terrorist organitions. our national security agencies must be able to conduct surveillance of foreign terrorists and others so we can stop them before they disable our defenses, carry out a plot against our country or kill innocent americans. in 1978 congress enacted the foreign intelligence surveillance act to protect fo
the fence is. >> never mind then. second question, i suggested to mr. smith that consideration be given to moving the door further toward ocean avenue, i don't know if that's feasible. >> it does have some implications, it messes up the functionality of the space and the layout we have, it's something we could look at but more importantly, where it's at right now, it's at its most level point and that was a big hurdle to go over with the mayor's office on disability, so they encouraged us to put it right nr the middle where it was most level. >> and two things, one, i think if -- we can require the street trees, right? >> i need you to speak into the microphone. >> sorry, the street trees as i understand they're proposing are across the street, not in front of -- >> that's what i believe i heard during the public testimony. >> well, howard would know for sure. >> i thought they were in front of the restaurant. >> i thought they were in front. >> i already signed a contract with friends of the urban forest, they're going be on the property side but we'd like to get trees on the walgreens
you, mr. smith. we did get many letters of support on your behalf. thank you for all the outreach that you did. >> thank you. >> chair kim: mr. mecca. >> hi. my name is tommi mecca. i'm 61 years old, i've been out and a ear activist for 42 years. i think what i bring to this task force possibly would be my 42 years of activism, my extreme passion in my activism, and my extensive knowledge of housing issues. everything from rent control and the rights of tenants under rent control to the nitty-gritty of how to do affordable housing. and i think we all realize, even though we don't have hard cold stats we know that housing is a major -- affordable housing is a major need for seniors in san francisco, including lgbt seniors. my experience in housing issues is extensive. i won't go into all the details obviously. but i started getting involved in housing issues back in the mid-90's when the dotcom boom hit and people were being evicted. i was part of a defense team that helped defend these folks from their evictions. i helped set up three shelters, a food program and shower project fo
. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from texas, mr. smith, and the gentleman from virginia, mr. scott, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from texas, mr. smith. mr. smith: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days within which to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous materials on h.r. 6368 as amended currently under consideration and i yield myself such time as i may consume. the gentleman is recognized. mr. smith: i thank congressman canseco on the issue of cross-border violence and impact on the united states and i will now yield him, the gentleman from texas, mr. canseco, as much time as he might consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from recognized. mr. canseco: i thank my friend and colleague and chairman of the judiciary committee, mr. smith, as well as his diligent and hard-working staff for their help on this very important matter. and i come to the floor today, mr. speaker, to speak in support of my legislation, h.r. 6368, the border security information and
to throw mr. stuart smith on there, someone was also very active and has done a lot of outreach to garner support. and i do actually appreciate that level of enthusiasm in wanting to serve as well. so i will also add his name. also would like to add larry saxxon, someone who i don't know, but i've heard a lot about through other individuals, and was very impressed by your presentation today as well. i do want to give opportunity to other committee members, if -- we have 15 slots. >> i do -- will certainly be in agreement with that. michael costa is subpoena tha cd love to see on this committee. do you want to start with a motion? >> it would make sense to get to 15 and then make a motion but i certainly agree with all of the recommendations that were made. i think stu smith, very impressive presentation and the level of support from the community as well as larry saxxon, michael costa. i think he probably will play the role of the policy wonk and i think that's something you want to see as well. someone that i've always been very impressed with, because of what she means to the community,
all day, disrupting his timing. he says hello to mr. smith. 13 tackles and two sacks. second quarter and he is showing some speed. 23-yard touchdown run. vikings lead it at the half. smith play action and finds davis and trailed 17-13. to rudolph and watch this catch. one hand and second touchdown of the game. vikings up 23-14. late fourth quarter and the vikings get to smith again. alan with the sack and he recovers the fumble. it is 24-13 the final. both teams are now 2 and one. raiders hosting the steelers which is always a black and blue contest in this rivalry that goes back to the 1970s had another classic match up in the black hole. mcfaden finally breaks one. he finds the seem and he's gone 64 yards and ran for 113. raiders were down 17-14 at the half. hayward bay was hammered and knocked out and gave a thumbs up as he was sent to the hospital with a neck injury. he will remain overnight for observations. carson palmer finds moore and three td passes on the day. raiders trail by three and time winding down. 43-yard game winning field goal and good. raiders win it 34-31 the fi
timing. he says hello to mr. smith. 13 tackles and two sacks. second quarter and he is showing some speed. 23-yard touchdown run. vikings lead it at the half. smith play action and finds davis and trailed 17-13. to rudolph and watch this catch. one hand and second touchdown of the game. vikings up 23-14. late fourth quarter and the vikings get to smith again. alan with the sack and he recovers the fumble. it is 24-13 the final. both teams are now 2 and one. raiders hosting the steelers which is always a black and blue contest in this rivalry that goes back to the 1970s had another classic match up in the black hole. mcfaden finally breaks one. he finds the seem and he's gone 64 yards and ran for 113. raiders were down 17-14 at the half. hayward bay was hammered and knocked out and gave a thumbs up as he was sent to the hospital with a neck injury. he will remain overnight for observations. carson palmer finds moore and three td passes on the day. raiders trail by three and time winding down. 43-yard game winning field goal and good. raiders win it 34-31 the final. >> it is a great feeling
service and thank you for being here today. mr. smith. >> thank you, mr. chairman. i appreciate that we're having this thing. i think sequestration is unquestionably the most important issue facing our government can figure out how to deal with it and it's important we learn more about it. and it's clear and i believe the president and secretary of defense and numerous other executive branch officials have made it clear that they see sequestration as having a devastating impact on defense. that was the point i believe of the omb director's remarks was don't think you can somehow make this work in a way that is not going have a huge negative impact on her national security. that's the main point that is been made by countless witnesses and folks in a very bipartisan way. i don't think there's any discredit whatsoever on the. even if you think that savings can be found in the defense budget, and i do, this is not the way to do. it's going to be a $57 billion cut at the absolute last minute. the middle of fiscal year 15 after all consequence was done to try to set it up. it's also across t
smith, mr. glen doherty and mr. tyrone woods. we give you thanks for the lives and the selfless service of these men who wanted nothing more than to make a difference in the lives of other people. to bring justice and freedom to others. who possessed in their hearts not only character and resolve, but courage, and good will. we mourn their loss. bless the memories of these men through those who knew and loved them. especially their families for whom we ask your comfort, your divine care and your peace in this difficult time. on this occasion, we continue to pray for our nation and it's leaders. we ask your blessing and all who serve military and civilian. we pray for our nation's people. we pray for the defeat of the terror and evil that seems to plague our planet. we pray earnestly for peace. and now let light perpetual shine upon chris, sean, glen and tyrone. may their souls and the souls of all the departed through your eternal mercies rest in peace. amen. you may be seated. ladies and gentlemen, it is my honor to present to you secretary of state the honorable hillary rodham clinton
't supposed to happen. we can't repay mrs. smith and mr. allen for what we've taken from them. >> for nancy smith, every day spent outside of prison is priceless. too priceless to waste thinking about the life that might have been. are you bitter, angry? >> you know what, there was a time when i was bitter and there was a time when i was angry. but you know what? this is about me and my freedom and this is about my innocence. can i forgive and move on? absolutely. because somebody has to forgive them. so why not start with me? what kind of a christian would i be if i didn't? >> that's all for now. i'm lester holt. thanks for joining us.
later died. it's not clear precisely where he died or where his body was found. but mr. smith was found in that safe room. so it was a very complex situation. extremely dangerous. you had, again, outside the attack by the militants. inside they are trying to fight the fire. and it was really two fronts. >> thank you very much, jill dougherty. we appreciate that. president obama has this warning for those it responsible for the murders of american diplomats in libya, justice will be done. here's the president. >> acts of terror will ever shake the resolve of this it great nation, alter that character, or eclipse the light of the values that we stand for. today we mourn for more americans who represent the very best of the united states of america. we will not waiver in our commitment to see that justice is done for this terrible act and make no mistake, justice will be done. >> as the story continues to unfold, we're getting in new information into what may have prompted attacks in egypt and libya and may have more to do with the anniversary of 9/11 than with a movie that insulted the mu
happy to be late and run up the stairs and the nurse goes and mr. smith kyou sit down, i need to get your blood pressure, when it's high, that's not important because you just did some sort of an exercise. three heart blood pressure over 140/90 is a definition of high blood pressure. you have it, what causes it? smoking, aging, obesity, diabetes, short-lived. >> kelly: and also hereditary. >> that's right, genetics plays a role. we're good at taking care of the signs and symptoms, you come into the office and you have high blood pressure and write the prescription, but we're not taking care of the problem. in this network for the last three years we've talked about the fact that you have to really get it together. you have to lose weight and that's how you take care of the blood pressure. salt, how many times get the french fries and they pour the salt all over it. one teaspoon, that's all the sodium in your food. exercise, 30 minutes, three times a week is minimum and noi we're all busy and tough times, but you've got to take care of that. no cholesterol. and speak to vegetable and
clinton is calling mr. smith one of the foreign service's best. the other two americans killed we now know are both former navy s.e.a.l.s working in libya as private security contractors. tyrone woods from imperial beach, california, was a 20-year military veteran. father of two small children. glen doherty of encinitas, california, was a native of winchester, massachusetts. since his retirement as a navy s.e.a.l. sniper in 2005, mr. doherty took on private security work in places such as afghanistan, pakistan, and yemen and libya. secretary of state hillary clinton said today that both men gave their lives working to protect their colleagues. we'll be right back. flo: every driver is different. we've got great news for them all. you can try snapshot from progressive before you switch your insurance. [ horn honks ] just plug snapshot into your car, and drive like you -- to see if your good driving could save you up to 30%. so try the way to save that's as unique as you are. now you can test-drive snapshot before you switch. visit progressive.com today. >>> ohio senator rob portman did not
a bad sinus problem so he coughed a lot. oh, mr. smith, do something about the cough, patting him on the back. well, i want you to know that every time that farmer got a letterp stating what action thy would take, we appealed. i went to so many appeals here, sometime i forget, now, what are we here for this time? i stayed on that supervisor's case, submitted so many complaints that he eventually left the agency, and -- [cheers and applause] that land is still with that farmer today. [applause] now -- [applause] on the other hand, i had a white farmer. this is -- you have interesting things that happen. the one white woman from baker county where i grew up had a boyfriend who had a farm, and he was experiencing somelÑ problem, and so shemented me to come to lunch at her house, a black woman that i knew was her housekeeper and cooked so i took my husband saying you have to come with me, man. [laughter] so woo went to lunch at her home, and then from there the white farmer and his son, we were going from there to the county supervisors office about ten miles away. the county superv
to wield influence abroad so i'd say it's a much lower score. >> mr. smith, two questions. first, how afghanistan and our apparent sort of stalemate maybe at best in that country has figured in to this loss of influence or mojo on the global stage. and secondly, iraq, which i think would get some positive marks from some individuals and probably negative marks from some quarters of the world in terms of what went on there. i suspect that iraq on balance is better off than it was ten years ago. but, maybe not everybody would agree with that. >> well, i'll tell you. it's very difficult to say we have gotten a net gain or a net benefit out of the iraq war and perhaps even the afghanistan war. which is why you've seen the administration make such an emphasis on the pivot to asia. and, you know, i support that move because in truth east asia is going to be the sort of center of geopolitical activity in the years to come and i think in some ways washington is trying to put these chapters in the middle east behind us and focus on what we can do in asia an moving forward. >> it is that pivot
to thank the sponsor of this legislation, mr. smith of new jersey, and the chairman of the foreign affairs committee, ms. ros-lehtinen, for their leadership on human rights and on this particular issue. despite vietnam's transition to a more open economy, political and religious freedoms for the people of vietnam remain severely curtailed. the bilateral relationship between washington and hanoi has deepened since diplomat ties were established over 15 years ago. but lack of greater progress in protecting basic rights and civil liberties will limit closer cooperation in the future. in a speech last year on the obama administration's asia policy, secretary of state hillary clinton stated, and i quote, we have made it clear to vietnam that if we are to develop a strategic partnership, as both nations desire, vietnam must do more to respect and protect its citizens' rights. unquote. the united states must use both diplomatic and economic leverage with vietnam to promote political openness and improve human rights. this bill, the vietnam human rights act of 2011, takes an important step in the
as a mr. and mrs. smith. a magazine editor was asked what he could see overlooking his studio. fornication three windows at the time. [laughter] and the man he admitted to staying up late at night. they tried to discredit him. it was not offensive to see you see them fornicating? and the artisted replies, times but sometimes very amusiving. -- amusing [laughter] the cheapest brothels were locate what is the east side. rein the section of the cheap broth l. it is the lower east side of the new york city in that ear are era. more than 150 discount accident disorderly houses operated east of here. including six, eight, ten, 12 and 14 streets. this an image of he'ser street. documented evidence of at least half dozen brothels near the particular picture. foul or doors, simple dress, the standard rate was a bargain 50 cents. poverty bread december per ration, a sweat shop worker might earn $5 a week while a a prostitute could earn that in a couple of hours. the back of 81 elder street was not only down the block from the police station but also right in the back of the synagogue. and they some
to register as mr. and mrs. smith. a magazine illustrated ask what he would see from his studio overlooking 13*9. he replied, fornication, three windowed at the time. [laughter] and the men -- he admitted to staying up late at night looking down. the police captain lawyer tries to discredit him. was it not offensive to see the couples going in there and fornicated. sometimes but sometimes very amusing. [laughter] the cheapest brothel were located in what was then the east side. we're in the section where the cheapest brothels. it is the lower east side of new york city in that era the 1890. the area pickles, driving jewish immigrants. more than 150 discount disorderly houses operated around here. including six, eight, ten, 12 streets inspect is an image of he'ser street. documented evident of at least half a dozens brothels near the particular picture. foul odors, simple mother hoover dresses the standard rate was a bargain fifty cents. a sweat shop miker might learn that much in week. while a prostitute could earn it in a couple of hours. it was down the block from the police station on the b
assignment to libya for which he volunteered. secretary of state clinton is calling mr. smith one of the foreign service's best. the other two americans killed we now know are both former navy s.e.a.l.s working in libya as private security contractors. tyrone woods from imperial beach, california, was a 20-year military veteran. father of two small children. glen doherty of encinitas, california, was a native of winchester, massachusetts. since his retirement as a navy s.e.a.l. sniper in 2005, mr. doherty took on private security work in places such as afghanistan, pakistan, and yemen and libya. secretary of state hillary clinton said today that both men gave their lives working to protect their colleagues. we'll be right back. buying this juicer online was unbelievable. what a bargain! [ female announcer ] sometimes a good deal turns out to be not such a good deal. but bounty gives you value you can see. in this lab demo, one sheet of bounty leaves this surface cleaner than two sheets of the leading ordinary brand. so you can clean this mess with half as many sheets. bounty has t
. mr. smith, welcome back to "mad money." >> jim, it's great to be here again. thanks for inviting me. >> all right, alex, i love going to your stores. i thought it was terrific. you talked about the treasure hunt aspects, something we only saw with cosco. so i go to this store and i see already the halloween merchandise. is there a period where there is no holiday and nothing new to find at pier 1, or are you just constantly rotating through the seasons? >> constantly, jim. yes, we've got halloween and harvest in at the moment, as you can see. you can see the beautiful halloween here behind me. and then in two weeks' time, we'll be delivering holiday merchandise to the stores. so that will be running all the way through until christmas. and then a little gap and straight into easter. so we're always delivering new great seasonal products. heroics are you able to keep hitting it? the reason i say that is because a lot of companies tell me, a lot of retailers don't want to do this. they think if they don't have the right seasonal merchandise, they are stuck because you cannot move hall
fuel, which was apparently poured around the compound where the ambassador was and mr. smith was. >> that's right. look, any sort of fuel would have caused, you know, accelerated the fire. diesel was particularly unfortunate -- an unfortunate accelerant because of course what happens there, there's this acrid, thick, very black smoke and we understand that's how they lost sight of the ambassador, they couldn't find him, and probably contributed to the fact that he and sean smith died of asphyxiation. >> that's probably an overstatemen consulate, around the structure that the ambassador was in. >> correct. >> arwa, during protests in benghazi today, tens of thousands on the streets protesting against the extremist militia some say was involved in the attacks on the m could pound. protesters actually stormed the group's headquarters later in the day. what can you tel us a this and what's happening? >> well, earer in the day we is massive pro-decracy demonstration that did in fact take place and following that at around 10:00 at night, hundreds of these individuals nt to the headqua
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